Absolutely. One hundred percent of our workforce has completed WFF’s CDC compliance and campus-specific social distancing training.
In addition, before our specialists enter any space on your campus, we makes sure they complete training for safe, effective practices, including:
- Campus policies and procedures
- CDC COVID-19 mitigation protocols
- Proper use and sequencing of personal protective equipment (PPE)
- Proper use of disinfectants and campus-specific safety data sheets
- Operation of electrostatic sprayers and other specialized equipment
- Contaminated spaces and risk assessment
- Scheduling and responsive work processes
- QA processes and documentation
- Client-specific communications
- OSHA workplace safety
Of course! As campus requirements shift, WFF adapts.
Our Higher Education partners deserve flexibility, so we tailor staffing and productivity plans to your unique timing, spaces, and community.
Whether it’s changes in campus usage, fluctuating enrollment, or shifting priorities, we work with you to calculate and scale client service levels as part of our ongoing partnership.
We draw from a powerful arsenal of disinfectants and equipment, including:
- EPA-N and Pathogen-N disinfectants: One-minute emerging kill claims for the COVID-19 virus
- SiQuat: Antimicrobial finish that continually fights contamination on surfaces between applications
- Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) testing: To document the efficacy of disinfecting and decontaminating tasks
- Electrostatic spray technology: For more effective, efficient application of disinfectants
Of course, as new supplies and technology come to market, we continually evaluate them and make recommendations to improve efficiency and outcomes.
WFF is prepared and experienced in servicing contaminated spaces after Coronavirus exposure. Our fully trained teams follow industry best practices and CDC guidelines, including:
- Preventing public access to areas used by the patient
- Cleaning and applying disinfectant to all areas used by the patient (such as classrooms, dormitory spaces, bathrooms, and other common areas), focusing especially on high-touch surfaces
- Post-contamination protocols that require products approved by the EPA for use against the virus that causes COVID-19.
- All our specialists complete training on data sheets for cleaning and disinfecting products (including concentration, application method, and contact time)
- Daily team meetings, to ensure our specialists receive all necessary information
- Continual assessment and updates of our cleaning and disinfecting protocols, as new information about Coronavirus becomes available
Yes, you can. We build Quality Assurance and reporting into our Integrated Disinfecting Plans.
Custom reporting is one of the most popular features our clients enjoy. You receive information tailored to your unique requirements — even in real-time. Documentation options include:
- Time-stamped records of disinfecting and cleaning tasks
- Photo verification of completed tasks
- UV testing
- ATP testing
Stay up to date with recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Right now, those recommendations include:
- Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
- If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
- Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue. Throw the tissue in the trash and sanitize your hands.
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
- Stay home if you feel sick.
The CDC also recommends frequent cleaning and disinfecting of high-touch objects and surfaces — a fundamental aspect of our Integrated Disinfecting Plans. Ask us how we can help protect your campus community.
WFF BY THE NUMBERS
FROM OUR CLIENTS
“It gives me great comfort knowing that we have such a dedicated partner, going above and beyond every single day and night, to ensure our campus is safe and well kept.”
⏤ Corey L. Ruff, Associate Vice President, Operations
Abilene Christian University
“Thanks for staying in touch and for your encouraging words. These are challenging times, and at the same time, truly opportune moments to serve others. I am grateful for WFF’s partnership.“
⏤ John L. Wood, Associate Director of Facilities Management
The University of Tulsa
“Please know that our experiences with your crews at our sites have underscored our belief that we are in good hands. Not only are we confident in the response times, but also in the quality of the work performed.”
⏤ George R. Urbano, District Director of Facilities
Polk State College
“Your company is providing a critical service without which we could not keep our campus open.“
⏤ Adil Kahn, CFO
“I appreciate all of your support. Vickie and the entire WFF team have been fantastic – jumping in whenever called.”
⏤ Kevin M. Kreide, Associate Vice President for Facilities
Embry Riddle Aeronautical University
“This is a stressful time for all, and I find my main job is helping our team acknowledge the stress and continue to serve. I appreciate how WFF has been a good partner through all of this.”
⏤ Robert P. Schwartz, Associate Vice President, Facilities Services
“The environment we are in is one I never imagined I would experience. That being said, I want to thank yourself and the entire WFF organization for their dedication during this very difficult time. The housekeeping staff has been nothing short of remarkable and they continue to perform their responsibilities at a high level.”
⏤ Steve Danik, CFO
Coppin State University
“Thank you, Jonathan. WFF staff are part of the College family. We appreciate the staff and you.”
⏤ Dr. Angela M. Garcia Falconetti, President
Polk State College
“Your team is vital for us at this time. We appreciate your commitment to our students and staff.”
⏤ Dr. Trevor Kubatzke, President
Lake Michigan College